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On today’s show, someone wants to make a Cadbury Cream Egg stand, Max is looking for budget chisels, Tom is trying to avoid tearout when cutting plywood, Dustin wants to know how often to flatten his water-stones, Mariah is pondering the draw knife, Keith wants to clamp his workbench flat, Peter is having trouble setting up his skew rabbet plane, and Ashley has some concerns about the lack of Art Deco instruction.
What’s on the Bench
Marc – Designing the Morris Chair.
Shannon – Spring cleaning and getting distracted by Pinterest
Matt – The final finish is being applied to the platform bed.
– Sculpture showing how wood is cut from a log.
– Why you shouldn’t wear long sleeves around spinning tools:
– Faulty switch causes sander to do some damage:
– Mike Rowe’s “I Am a Woodshop Video”:
– An interview with Brian A. Hubel:
Poll of the Week
– Bob Rozaieski and Stan P. both have some suggestions for Nik’s breadboard edge finishing problem mentioned in Wood Talk #175.
– Michael has some thoughts on free-hand sharpening.
– Rick has a suggestion for using the lathe as a disc sander.
– Jim has some interesting pricing information concerning Shelix cutterheads.
– Anonymous is looking for suggestions on how to make small divots for a Cadbury Cream Egg display stand.
– Max is looking for a good set of budget-friendly chisels. Marc recommends he check out Wood Talk #157.
– Tom is trying to avoid tearout when cutting plywood with a Grizzly track saw.
– Dustin wants to know if he has to flatten his waterstones after every use.
– Mariah is pondering the draw knife and when it should be used.
– Keith’s workbench has a twist and he wants to know if he can use clamping pressure to remove it.
– Peter is having trouble setting up his skew rabbet plane.
– Ashley has some concerns about the lack of Art Deco instruction.
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